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NCRPO’s Sebisyong TAMA Caravan in Malabon City

   

 

National Capital Region Police Office Chief PMGEN Vicente D Danao Jr., together with PBGEN Nelson B Bondoc, District Director, Northern Police District and PCOL Joel A Villanueva, OIC, Malabon City Police Station led the distribution of Food Packs on a House to House Scheme.

On April 30, 2021 at Sitio 6 Dumpsite, Catmon, Malabon City, PMGEN Danao and his team reached out to the participants of Pagtalikod sa Makakaliwang Grupo at Panata ng Panunumbalik sa Katapatan sa Gobyerno (E.O.70 ELCAC) and personally distributed 755 Food Packs, 755 Health Kits, 200 pcs chilli seedlings, 200 pcs tomato seedlings and 100 pcs eggplant seedlings. The items were distributed on a house to house scheme in observance of the IATF and DOH health and safety protocols.

This activity is aligned with Team NCRPO’s Regionwide Simultaneous Serbisyong TAMA Caravan Para sa Manggagawang Pinoy at Barangay, and support to the PNP’s BarangayAnihan Program, that highlights the Filipino spirit of communal unity and cooperation as well as to intensify the PNP’s various ways of providing assistance to the people.

Moreover, Team NCRPO under the leadership of PMGEN Danao has been consistent in extending assistance and aid not only to the above-mentioned recipients but also to severely affected families in the Metro during this trying times. He also has been fully supporting all forms of Bayanihan initiatives of the Barangays in line with its Serbisyong TAMA Caravan sa Barangay Program with its mantra, “kapulisang nagseserbisyo ng TAMA: TApat, may tapang at MAlasakit para sa mamamayan”.

RD Danao said that, “ Team NCRPO will continuously extend help to alleviate the needs of our people especially those who are severely affected by this current health crisis. Patuloy ang inyong kapulisan na maghatid ng tulong sa ating mga kababayan na higit ng nangangailangan. This is our way of giving back to the people the donations we continuously received from our benevolent benefactors and the police community as well. ###